Outer Space Exposure: It turns out that if you get kicked out of a spaceship without any protection, you won’t explode. Oh, you’ll still die, but not in the fantastic manner portrayed in the movies.
Though an unprotected human would not long survive in the clutches of outer space, it is remarkable that survival times can be measured in minutes rather than seconds, and that one could endure such an inhospitable environment for almost two minutes without suffering any irreversible damage. The human body is indeed a resilient machine.
So this — like the thing on explosive decompression — debunks at least one James Bond film (though that guy was in a vacuum chamber, not outer space). There’s maybe another one — a guy got kicked into outer space, but I don’t remember if he exploded or not.
(And so long as we’re talking about James Bond, I’ll take this completely contrived opportunity to say that Casino Royale is an absolute masterpiece. I almost wept.)